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MA in Interpreting and Translating
Postgraduate Admissions

MA in Interpreting and Translating


The fees for October 2009 entry will be:

A deposit of approximately 10% will have to be paid by the end of June (details will be provided in our offer letter) for the Chinese and the Japanese Stream.

If you need information on your fee status, please see Graduate Office or by e-mail to


Career Development Loans are available to UK residents. Details of this can be found on our Student Money Service webpages:

Home/EU fee paying students can request to be considered for AHRC funding. The University will then rank the applications of those wishing to be considered for AHRC funding and those selected will be informed towards the end of April and will then be asked to fill in a form so their details can be forwarded to the AHRC who will make the final decision about allocating funding. If you wish to be considered for AHRC funding then you must apply for our course before the end of January.

The European Commission has a bursary scheme for students training as interpreters. Again, you must have been offered a place on the programme before you can apply. Details of the scheme for 2007-8 will be announced through the Commission's web pages:

International Office Scholarships are available to students within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. For more information please click on the following link

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Overseas students must obtain a student visa when studying in Britain, please refer to:-

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